About This Plant

Betula pendula ‘Laciniata,’ also known as ‘Dalecarlica,’ is a variety of silver birch tree. It is recognized for its distinctive and deeply incised or “laciniate” foliage, which gives it an elegant and graceful appearance. Like other silver birch trees, it features a slender trunk with peeling bark and can reach a moderate height.

The Story


The leaves of the Dalecarlica are needle-like, measuring approximately 3 to 5 cm (1.2 to 2 inches) in length. These slender and flexible needles have a vibrant green colour.


The produce of Dalecarlica consists of small, elongated cones measuring approximately 2 to 4 centimetres in length.
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